Standing at the crossroads of three continents Cyprus has a vibrant history, a perfect climate and the warmest welcome in the Mediterranean.

It has been a British playground for many years offering the perfect combination of relaxation, water sports and exciting exploration along its beautiful coastline, for Northern Cyprus too, has its share of rich archaeological sites and medieval castles.

It enjoys over 300 days of uninterrupted sunshine, clear blue unpolluted seas, the beauty of an unspoiled landscape and uncrowded beaches.
Add to this the friendliness and hospitality of the people, wonderfully varied cuisine and you have the perfect recipe for a truly idyllic holiday.

Whether you are a lover of nature, archaeology, walking, water sports or simply a sun-worshipper this little island is the ideal spot for you. Along the northern coast stretch the pine-clad Kyrenia Mountains sloping gently to the warm and tranquil waters of the Mediterranean.

There are many good restaurants in the area, and picturesque Kyrenia harbour is the place to be in the evening. Famagusta in the east is famed for its endless sandy beaches and crystal-clear waters. It will come as no surprise that according to legend this island was given to Cleopatra by Julius Ceasar as a token of his love!

What the British Press say about North Cyprus:

"Kyrenia Harbour... must be one of the most beautiful sights in the world."
Mail on Sunday 'You' Magazine

"Softer beaches and more impressive monuments than any in the South."
The Financial Times

"The North is the best of Cyprus, their stretch of coastline is beautiful."
The Sunday Express

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